Clinical Research and HIV/AIDS

Clinical research and HIV/AIDS that determines the safety and effectiveness of medications, devices, diagnostic products and treatment regimens intended for human use. These may be used for prevention, treatment, diagnosis or for relieving symptoms of an infection. Clinical research alters from clinical practice. In clinical practice well-known treatments are used, while in clinical research suggestions are collected to establish a treatment, it effects upon the body, the immune responses raised by the body as a defense and focusing upon the major characteristics of the study including clinical, physiological and molecular level of the research.

  • Course of HIV disease
  • Diagnostic and monitoring tools
  • Co-Infections (including opportunistic infections)
  • Comorbidities and complications (including those related to ART)
  • Antiretroviral therapies in adults, pediatrics
  • Strategies and therapies
  • Clinical issues specific to gender
  • Clinical issues specific to paediatric and adolescent HIV
  • Clinical issues specific to key populations & vulnerable populations

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